Database Analysts and Data Administrators Wanted Under Canada FSW Program 2014

Today, the rate of immigration globally has increased and the Maple Leaf Country is a ‘Land of Opportunities’ for skilled professional making it as one of the favorite immigration destinations worldwide. Of late, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has come up with 50 in-demand occupation list, under the Federal Skilled Worker program 2014.

And if you are a Database Analysts and Data Administrator you will be happy to know that your profession finds mention in the list making your eligible to present a petition for Canada immigration, via the NOC 2172, and under the FSW program 2014.  
The Federal Skilled Worker Program is the country’s main immigration program even as it has been recently re-opened for year 2014. The main features of this visa granted under the FSW program:

  1. It permits you to immigrate to Canada without having a high profile job offer.
  2. You are free to work without any restrictions in any part of the country, except Quebec.
  3. After three years of your stay in the Maple Leaf Country, you are entitled to apply for Canadian citizenship.
  4. Once you have obtained the Canadian Passport, you can travel to many countries without a visa.
  5. You can easily sponsor your immediate family and relatives.
  6. As a permanent resident you are entitled to enjoy government subsidized education and healthcare facilities.
  7. You get an access to the nation’s thriving labor market and associated insurance and pension benefits.

Database Analysts and Data Administrators: Work profile

These are highly skilled professionals. Database Analysts design, develop and administer data management solutions using database management software. Data Administrators develop and implement data administration policy, standards and models. They are employed in some specific sectors, such as Information Technology (IT) consulting firms, and in the IT units throughout the private and public sectors.

Occupational Titles

Data administrator, data custodian, data dictionary administrator, data warehouse analyst, database administrator (DBA), database analyst, database architect, technical architect – database.

Key Duties

Database Analysts

  1. Collect and document user’s requirements.
  2. Design and develop database architecture for information systems projects.
  3. Design, construct, modify, integrate, implement and test data models and database management systems.
  4. Carry out research and provide advice to informatics professionals regarding the selection, application and implementation of database management tools.
  5. Operate database management systems in order to analyze data and perform data mining analysis.
  6. Lead, co-ordinate and supervise other workers.

Data Administrators

  1. Develop and implement data administration policy, standards and models.
  2. Conduct research and document data requirements, data collection and administration policy, data access rules and security.
  3. Build up policies and procedures for network or internet database access and usage.
  4. Perform research and provide advice to other information systems professionals regarding the collection, availability, security and suitability of data.
  5. Write scripts related to stored procedures and triggers.
  6. Lead and co-ordinate teams of data administrators in the development and implementation of data policies, standards and models.

Now that you know everything about Database Analysts and Data Administrators, and that your profession entitles you to present a submission under the Canada FSW Program 2014, give wings to your dreams, and be one of the 1000 successful petitioners.

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